Budj Bim Master Plan

Budj Bim Tourism Master Plan

Budj Bim Cultural Landscape

The Budj Bim Master Plan establishes requirements for sustainable tourism and visitation, as well as educational opportunities, for the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape.

The Budj Bim cultural landscape has over recent years, been subject to a range of technical studies that consider conservation, archaeology, tourism planning, business development and Gunditjmara community use.

This Master Plan draws together these findings and presents a strategic vision for the Budj Bim landscape based on the conservation and sustainable use of the landscape for cultural, tourism and community purposes.

That vision, along with site planning, development and design principles will inform more detailed business planning, site planning, site management and decision making.

It is planned to have tourism infrastructure completed by mid 2021.

Enquiries please contact: info@budjbim.com.au

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Budj Bim Stage One Development -Schematic Design Report October 2018 -Cooper Scaife Architects | Look Ear Mono Design

Lake Gorrie

Dry stone walls for sheep pens and sheep dips



Lake Surprise

A 700 meter long lake teeming with fish and birds, occupying the dormant Budj Bim volcano. 



Tae Rak (Lake Condah)

1,700 hectares of significant wetlands and stony rises right next to the historic lava flows of Budj Bim volcano.